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We’ve been waiting for this, Easy Grocery.

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I will be forever amazed at how technology brings convenience.

I had the chance to try Easy Grocery last week, the latest mobile app which allows consumers to purchase their grocery items online and have them delivered to their preferred address.

This is how the app looks like:

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My wife even sent screenshots of items from the app. Fail-proof grocery shopping!

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Nel and I spend an average of one hour to finish a week’s worth of groceries. That means four hours in four weeks. We can spend that time doing other things instead of queuing in long payment lines.

Easy Grocery also has a working customer service system. Look at the following screenshots:

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And how do you receive your groceries? Through Easy Grocery trained staff!

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Easy Grocery only charges a flat rate of 100 pesos for the service fee per order and
another 100 pesos for the delivery fee. It is now available in its three pilot areas — Makati, Parañaque and Taguig — and hopes to add more cities in the coming months.

Easy Grocery can eventually change how we buy our groceries. Look at online stores that offers clothes, accessories, shoes, and electronics. Even airline tickets can be purchased online. E-commerce brings convenience and this technology can be helpful to anyone who feels like there is so much to do with very little time. That’s like almost every working person I know.

For more information, you may contact info@easygrocery.ph or check www.easygrocery.ph.

You may also follow Easy Grocery on Facebook @easygroceryapp or Instagram @easygroceryph. #EasyGroceryPH #GroceryMadeEasy

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Backlogs and adjustments: Four Feet Out is back!

We just hit a major milestone in our lives that everything, including this blog, seemed to be put on hold. We recently got married.

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Just got married! Photo by Chito Cleofas

 

Moving into our own space and figuring out a schedule for all household tasks was exciting and exhausting at the same time. Good thing we tried travelling and multiday camping together before we tied the knot — we already had an idea on how the other will cope through it all.

So after three months of trial and error, we would like to think we somehow got the right flow for us. Of course there will be some fine tuning along the way but for now, we are enjoying the current state of things.

Except for our blog. Well, this has always been a work in progress. Soon you will see something about the following items here:

1. Mizuno Wave Enigma 6 – a highly-cushioned shoe for neutral runners,
2. Milestone Pod – that tiny thing you can put on your shoe to track sports-related activities,
3. Anytime Fitness Maginhawa – launching of the most accessible fitness center (in our opinion), and
4. Powerman Duathlon – launching of one of the most anticipated duathlon race in the country.

And AMCI climbs. And race launches. And many more. Ha!

Let’s all hope we can manage this much better. 😀

Gotta go to the supermarket,
Don and Nel